Georgian PM to solve garbage problems
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has named garbage a priority problem of the country. He plans to raise fines for garbage from about $28,510 to about $2,851 to discourage people from littering, News Georgia reports.
The Georgian PM added that a related bill initiated by the Ministry for Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources had been sent to the parliament.
Simultaneously, the government plans to stop the process of cutting forests. The Green Future event was organized for that cause. Restoration has started of the Borjomi-Kharagauli Park, burned during the war of 2008, Garibashvili said.